Do your kids get enough sleep? A recent report by the CDC suggests that most middle and high schoolers are missing some Z’s. Read on to learn how much sleep kids really need, how many kids aren’t getting adequate sleep, and my tips on helping kids get more shut-eye.
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It’s one thing to tell people what to eat from a health perspective, but it’s another thing to actually make it possible and give them support. Michelle Tam knows that it doesn’t have to be hard. Making healthy recipes fun, easy, and filled with umami is the goal of her new book, Ready or Not! 150+ Make-Ahead, Make-Over, and Make-Now Recipes by Nom Nom Paleo. Today we discuss tips, tricks, and ways to get your entire family on board with cooking and eating healthy meals at home.
An epidemic of childhood behavioral disorders is sweeping the globe. Research suggests that heavy metal toxicity may be one of the underlying causes of childhood behavioral disorders, including ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and tics. Read on to learn about the relationship between heavy metals and behavior, the primary sources of heavy metal exposure, and why detoxification may be beneficial in the treatment of childhood behavioral disorders.
Is it time for us to reconsider whether plastics are truly harmful, or do we need to step up our vigilance about plastic exposure? Read on to learn about the most recent evidence on BPA and other plastics, and why you should continue to be diligent about avoiding exposure to these ubiquitous chemicals.
The recent wildfires in California have been among the worst in the state’s history. Estimates suggest that wildfire-related property damage may reach an astounding $65 billion, with over 170,000 homes at some level of risk. Yet as devastating as that damage is, a lesser-known effect of wildfires is how they impact air quality—and thus health. These effects are not just seen in the immediate areas surrounding the fires, but tens and even hundreds of miles away. Read on to learn how to protect yourself and your family from the health impacts of wildfires.
Both attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have seen a dramatic increase in recent years. What’s causing this rise? It’s not just genetics or bad luck. Environmental factors, like diet, do play a role—despite what conventional medicine might say. Today we’ll discuss what the latest research says about the underlying causes of both ADHD and ASD and what areas to investigate if you or a loved one has been diagnosed.